An imbalance of hormones in the female body at any age can trigger a host of unpleasant issues that you shouldn’t have to accept as your new normal. You don’t have to put up with the changes your body goes through during menopause, and can instead feel more comfortable, healthier, and energized with help from our women’s hormone clinic.
As you age, the hormone levels in your body fluctuate and modify how your body functions. These hormones include estrogen, testosterone, cortisol, insulin, and thyroid – and changes in these directly affect your wellbeing. Hormone therapy balances these so that your body functions as it’s intended, and you feel like your regular – if not younger – self.
Unlike hormones derived from animals, bioidentical hormones come from plants. They are easier on your body than animal hormones because they have the same molecular structure as the hormones your body already produces on its own.
Bioidentical hormone therapy (BHRT) is fully customized to your needs to optimize your hormone balance to get the results you’re looking for, like:
Women’s Hormone Replacement Can Help!
During menopause, a woman’s body decreases its production of estrogen. After menopause, estrogen production ceases altogether, which is unfortunate because of all the ways the hormone helps your body. For example, estrogen can help regulate food intake, body weight, and glucose metabolism. It also is an important part of bone and cholesterol health.
To help make up for the missing estrogen, you may need bioidentical hormone replacement therapy using one of two main types:
Ease moderate to severe hot flashes.
Ease vaginal dryness, itching, and burning.
Prevent bone loss and fractures, a common result of osteoporosis.
Decrease risk of health conditions associated with early menopause or estrogen deficiency.
Depending on your estrogen levels and the cause of your hormonal imbalance, women also may need to take progesterone hormone in addition to estrogen.
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